Mantenna - Wednesday, January 19
Sexy new pictures of Rihanna sunbathing surface, Carmelo Anthony is no longer excited by his own drama, and the Coachella 2011 lineup is announced...and I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious Mantenna!
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New Sexy Pictures of Rihanna Sunbathing Surface
The good people over at MediaTakeOut.com have stumbled upon some exclusive pics of Rihanna sunbathing topless. They apparently can't tell us who or where they got them from, but it doesn’t really matter either way. I’ll do just about anything to see Rihanna in little-to-no clothes on. Hit the link, people. [MTO]
Carmelo Anthony No Longer Excited by his Own Drama
Earlier this season Carmelo Anthony decided to spice things up a bit by ruining his team’s chances for success and demanding a trade. Turns out, it was a poorly calculated change. Dwyane Wade told ESPN “he seems like now he's getting to the point where he's fed up with it, he's tired of hearing about it, he just wants to focus on basketball," Wade said. "It's not really bothering him as much as it was at certain points although no matter what kind of game he has, people are going to say something if he doesn't score 30.” So, demanding a trade isn’t the same thing as shooting practice? [ESPN]
Coachella 2011 Lineup Announced
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Kanye West, Animal Collective, Arcade Fire, and the Strokes are all set to headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 15-17 in Indio, California. The full lineup for the annual festival was revealed on the official Coachella website late last night. Kings of Leon, the Black Keys, and Interpol will all perform on the opening night of the fest. Other notable performers include Robyn, Wiz Khalifa, the Chemical Brothers, Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, and Lauryn Hill. Hit the Coachella site to check out the entire lineup. [Coachella]
University of Texas to Begin Printing Its Own Money
Did your college have a $300 million deal with ESPN? Oh, rough. Because Texas totally does. According to Yahoo! Sports, “Texas and ESPN on Wednesday announced a 20-year, $300 million deal for a 24-hour television network that will broadcast Longhorn sports, including at least one football game and eight basketball games per season, and other sports and academic content.” Yes, I imagine academic content will be a big draw. [Yahoo!]
Here’s a Hilarious Photo/Commentary on the Sexual Nature of Women’s Tennis
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